We are a small Canadian village with an ambitious goal. We are engaging in a grassroots initiative to tackle the urgent issue of a warming planet. We want our children and grandchildren to know that we not only cared but tried to do something.
Therefore we are aiming to become the first village in North America to achieve carbon neutrality. We launched this project on November 7, 2007.
Eden Mills Going Carbon Neutral is a Recipient of Canada’s Clean50 Top Project Award!
We are proud to announce that Eden Mills Going Carbon Neutral is a recipient of Canada’s 2020 Clean50 Top Project Award.
Eden Mills Hall reaches 90% carbon neutrality.
Wellington Advertiser article by Jaime Myslik, November 15, 2018. See the full article here.
Maclean’s Article: “This Ontario town is trying to be Canada’s first carbon-neutral community”
Alireza Naraghi writes “The tiny village of Eden Mills is closing in on its goal, proving what collective action can achieve.” See more here.